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Nested Variable Substitution and Predefined BASH Variables in Linux – Part 11

Nested Variable Substitution and Predefined BASH Variables in Linux – Part 11
The last two article on BASH Shell, where we discussed variables in detail were highly appreciated among our readers. We as Tecmint-Team are very keen to provide you with Latest, Up-to-date and relevant topics covered in details. Moreover we always try to touch major perspectives of the corresponding topics. Nested Variables in Shell Scripting Here is the last article on Linux Variables where we are going to see variables substitution and variables...
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Understanding and Writing ‘Linux Variables’ in Shell Scripting – Part 10

Understanding and Writing ‘Linux Variables’ in Shell Scripting – Part 10
The Linux shell scripting language has always been a hot topic and will always be in the future. The Shell Scripting Language is magical and its so easy to do a program in scripting language as in any other Language. However, it needs an in-depth knowledge of what we are doing and what the result is expected. Understanding Variables in Shell Scripting All the shell scripting articles we have written for our readers are highly appreciated including...
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An Insight of Linux “Variables” in Shell Scripting Language – Part 9

An Insight of Linux “Variables” in Shell Scripting Language – Part 9
We already have written a series of articles on Linux Shell Scripting which was warm welcomed that time and it was much relevant even now. Here is the link to the collection of articles on shell scripting. Learn Linux Shell Scripting Here in this article we will see the variables, its execution and its implementation in shell script. Linux Variables Shell Scripting Saving an Output The output of a command can be redirected to standard output or...
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Working with Arrays in Linux Shell Scripting – Part 8

Working with Arrays in Linux Shell Scripting – Part 8
We cannot imagine a programming language without the concept of arrays. It doesn’t matter how they are implemented among various languages. Instead arrays help us in consolidating data, similar or different, under one symbolic name. Working With Arrays in Shell Scripting Here as we are concerned about shell scripting, this article will help you in playing around with some shell scripts which make use of this concept of arrays. Array Initialization...
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Deeper into Function Complexities with Shell Scripting – Part VII

Deeper into Function Complexities with Shell Scripting – Part VII
My previous article on “Understanding and Writing functions in Shell Scripts” might have given you a basic idea on how to write functions under shell scripts. Now it is time to get deeper into functional features like the usage of local variables and recursion. Function Complexities with Shell Scripting Local Variables What makes a variable local? It depends on that particular block where the variable is declared. A variable declared as local...
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Understanding and Writing functions in Shell Scripts – Part VI

Understanding and Writing functions in Shell Scripts – Part VI
Functions play an important role in any programming language. Like many real programming languages, bash has functions which are used with limited implementation. Understanding Linux Shell Script Functions What are functions? In programming, functions are named sections of a program that performs a specific task. In this sense, a function is a type of procedure or routine. When a function is called the program leaves the current section of code...
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Accessing Clipboard Contents Across Multiple Instances of Vim from Terminal

Accessing Clipboard Contents Across Multiple Instances of Vim from Terminal
Vim (Vi IMproved) is one of the most favourite text editors among programmers. It has its own specialities in performing different operations with short hand commands. Accessing Clipboard Contents from Vim For example, to copy the highlighted text we use the ‘y‘ command and ‘x‘ to cut the same. But, by default vim (and not gVim) clipboard contents cannot be accessed after closing vim instances. Vim uses the ‘+‘...
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rbash – A Restricted Bash Shell Explained with Practical Examples

rbash – A Restricted Bash Shell Explained with Practical Examples
Linux Shell is one of the most fascinating and powerful GNU/Linux powered tool. All the application, including X, is built over shell and Linux shell is so powerful that the whole Linux system can be controlled precisely, using it. The other aspect of Linux shell is that, it can be potentially harmful, when you executed a system command, without knowing its consequence or unknowingly. Restricted Bash Shell Being an ignorant user. For this purpose...
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